–Ex-int’l boasts ahead NFF election
Former Super Eagles striker, Dominic Iorfa has sensationally revealed that if elected as NFF President he can as well handle the Super Eagles as coach if there was no coach on ground for the senior national team.
Iorfa is one of the seven contestants for the NFF Presidency and currently vice chairman and technical director of Lobi Stars Football Club, a Glo Premier League side.
Flaunting his credentials which he believes gives him an edge over the rest of the contestants, Iorfa, who played for Queens Park Rangers of England during his playing days said he has acquired coaching license and also made a name as a football administrator too.
“I played this game of football to the highest level, I’ve also acquired a coaching license and I am currently managing a club as an administrator and also as a coach.
“I know the problems of Nigeria football, I’ve the experience to fix it if given the opportunity.
“It’s said he who wears the shoe knows where it pinches so as someone who has played this game, currently coaching and managing a club I think I’m in a better position to pilot the affairs of the NFF.
“What this means is that even in emergency situation, if there’s no coach on ground, despite being NFF President, I can still go into the pitch and coach the Super Eagles”, Iorfa stressed.
Iorfa is a former Vice chairman of the Technical Committee of the NFF during Alhaji Sani Lulu’s regime as NFF President.